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The 10 master plans and appendices contain land use recommendations, transportation improvement recommendations and park master plans (where applicable). Master plans, by their nature, are subject to periodic review and changes to reflect changing local conditions, refined neighborhood visions and city policies, demographic shifts, and other factors.

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Master Plan Drafts Ready for Review

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Subarea 1 Master Plan DRAFT Ready for Review

Subarea 1 master plan has been drafted. Review and provide your comments by completing our online feedback form.


Neighborhoods: includes most of the West End and Westview neighborhoods and a large industrial area around Metropolitan Parkway. It also includes parts of Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Pittsburgh, Adair Park, and Cascade Avenue.

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Subarea 2 Master Plan DRAFT Ready for Review

Subarea 2 master plan has been drafted. Review and provide your comments by completing our online feedback form.


Neighborhoods: Subarea 2 encompasses the following neighborhoods: Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Chosewood Park, High Point Estates, Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh, Sylvan Hills, and The Villages at Carver. The area includes D.H. Stanton Park, Four Corners Park, Carver High School.

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Subarea 3 Master Plan DRAFT Ready for Review

Subarea 3 master plan has been drafted. Review and provide your comments by completing our online feedback form.


Neighborhoods: Beulah Heights, Boulevard Heights, Chosewood Park, Grant Park, and Ormewood Park. Highlights of Subarea 3 include Boulevard Crossing Park, Chosewood Park, and Grant Park (and its associated restaurant area), and Zoo Atlanta.

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Subarea 5 Master Plan DRAFT Ready for Review

Subarea 5 master plan has been drafted. Review and provide your comments by completing our online feedback form.


Neighborhoods: Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Poncey-Highland, and Sweet Auburn. In this section of Atlanta, you’ll discover Historic Fourth Ward Park and Skatepark, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth place and center, the walkable retail district of Inman Park along North Highland, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, the bike path to Stone Mountain. MARTA is accessed via the Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA station.

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Subarea 4: Master Plan

Subarea 4 neighborhoods include: Cabbagetown, Glenwood Park, Grant Park, Ormewood Park, and Reynoldstown. Features of this area include Oakland Cemetery, Cabbagetown Park, and the mixed-use development of Glenwood Park.


Subarea 6: Master Plan

Neighborhoods that fall within Subarea 6 are: Ansley Park, Midtown, Morningside, Piedmont Heights, Sherwood Forest, and Virginia Highland. Subarea 6 amenities include Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Midtown Atlanta, Ansley Mall, Grady High School, and Ansley Golf Course.


Subarea 7: Master Plan

Subarea 7 neighborhoods include: Ardmore Park, Brookwood and Brookwood Hills, Collier Hills, Lindbergh and Lindbergh City Center, Lindridge, Martin Manor, and Peachtree Hills. Conveniences to note in this subarea are Tanyard Creek and the Atlanta Memorial Trail, Bobby Jones Golf Course, Piedmont Hospital, Lindbergh City Center, and more.


Subarea 8: Master Plan

Subarea 8 includes Atlantic Station and West Midtown, both hotspots for a live-work-play lifestyle. Other neighborhoods are Berkeley Park, Blandtown, Channing Valley, Home Park, Loring Heights, and the Marietta Street artery.

Master Plans

The Blueprint for the Atlanta BeltLine

The 10 master plans and appendices below contain land use recommendations, transportation improvement recommendations and park master plans (where applicable). Master plans, by their nature, are subject to periodic review and changes to reflect changing local conditions, refined neighborhood visions and city policies, demographic shifts, and other factors.

These documents can all be downloaded as PDFs. The Master Plans files may exceed 100 pages each and the Appendices may exceed 200+ pages, so please plan for large files sizes.

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Atlanta BeltLine Subareas and Study Groups

Map depicting the Subareas and Study Groups that make up the Atlanta BeltLine for planning and community engagement purposes.

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Subarea 1: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 1 – December 6, 2010

Subarea 1: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: includes most of the West End and Westview neighborhoods and a large industrial area around Metropolitan Parkway. It also includes parts of Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Pittsburgh, Adair Park, and Cascade Avenue.

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Subarea 1 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 1 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks.

Map, PDF
Subarea 2: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 2 – March 16, 2009

Subarea 2: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: Subarea 2 encompasses the following neighborhoods: Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Chosewood Park, High Point Estates, Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh, Sylvan Hills, and The Villages at Carver. The area includes D.H. Stanton Park, Four Corners Park, Carver High School.

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Subarea 2 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 2 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 3: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 3 – March 16, 2009

Subarea 3: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: Beulah Heights, Boulevard Heights, Chosewood Park, Grant Park, and Ormewood Park. Highlights of Subarea 3 include Boulevard Crossing Park, Chosewood Park, and Grant Park (and its associated restaurant area), and Zoo Atlanta.

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Subarea 3 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 3 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 4: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 4 – July 18, 2011

Subarea 4: Master Plan Appendices


Subarea 4 neighborhoods include: Cabbagetown, Glenwood Park, Grant Park, Ormewood Park, and Reynoldstown. Features of this area include Oakland Cemetery, Cabbagetown Park, and the mixed-use development of Glenwood Park.

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Subarea 4 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 4 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 5: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 5 – March 16, 2009

Subarea 5: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Poncey-Highland, and Sweet Auburn. In this section of Atlanta, you’ll discover Historic Fourth Ward Park and Skatepark, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth place and center, the walkable retail district of Inman Park along North Highland, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, the bike path to Stone Mountain. MARTA is accessed via the Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA station.

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Subarea 5 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 5 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

 

Map, PDF
Subarea 6: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 6 – December 5, 2011

Subarea 6: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods that fall within Subarea 6 are: Ansley Park, Midtown, Morningside, Piedmont Heights, Sherwood Forest, and Virginia Highland. Subarea 6 amenities include Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Midtown Atlanta, Ansley Mall, Grady High School, and Ansley Golf Course.

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Subarea 6 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 6 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 7: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 7- November 16, 2009

Subarea 7: Master Plan Appendices


Subarea 7 neighborhoods include: Ardmore Park, Brookwood and Brookwood Hills, Collier Hills, Lindbergh and Lindbergh City Center, Lindridge, Martin Manor, and Peachtree Hills. Conveniences to note in this subarea are Tanyard Creek and the Atlanta Memorial Trail, Bobby Jones Golf Course, Piedmont Hospital, Lindbergh City Center, and more.

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Subarea 7 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 7 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 8: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 8 – March 19, 2012

Subarea 8: Master Plan Appendices


Subarea 8 includes Atlantic Station and West Midtown, both hotspots for a live-work-play lifestyle. Other neighborhoods are Berkeley Park, Blandtown, Channing Valley, Home Park, Loring Heights, and the Marietta Street artery.

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Subarea 8 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 8 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Map, PDF
Subarea 9: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 9 – October 5, 2020

Subarea 9: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: Subarea 9 is bounded by West Marietta Street to the North, Johnson Road to the west, Northside Drive to the east, and Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway to the South.

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Subarea 10: Master Plan

Adopted: Subarea 10 – October 5, 2020

Subarea 10: Master Plan Appendices


Neighborhoods: Ashview Heights, Grove Park, Harris Chiles, Historic Westin Heights/Bankhead, Hunter Hills, Just Us, Mozley Park, and parts of Vine City and West End.

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